Texas Department of Public Safety confiscates jars of feces from pro-abortion protestors

Katie McHugh Associate Editor
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The Texas Department of Public Safety confiscated 18 jars of feces from pro-abortion protestors planning to disrupt state senate proceedings, along with a jar of urine, bricks, bottles of paint, tampons and glitter, The Texas Tribune reports.

The pending bill would ban abortions 20 weeks after conception, when an embryo’s cartilage skeleton begins to harden into bone and it can possibly begin to feel pain.

Protestors have also produced a litany of bizarre and grotesque signs, occasionally having children hold them.



One little girl held a sign reading, “If I wanted the government in my womb, I would f*** a Senator!”



Another sign held by a 12-year-old girl read, “JESUS isn’t a DICK, so keep him OUT of MY VAGINA!” LifeSiteNews reports.


Pro-abortion protestors’ hysteria has reached a fever pitch as a vote on the abortion bill draws near. Cosmopolitan Magazine suggested that protestors hurl menstrual blood at legislators.

“Turns out, condoms are also not allowed in the gallery tonight. (Gotta love Texas: no birth control nor abortions!) But we believe if there’s a will to hurl things at a politician’s head, there’s a way,” Michelle Ruitz wrote. “Let’s just say, if any of the protestors was stealth enough to wear a Diva Cup today, sh*t is about to go down.”

Texas state senator Donna Campbell has received many vicious Facebook messages from pro-abortion protestors as well, including “I hope you’re raped” and “I hope your daughter’s raped,” National Review reports. Other pro-abortion state senators have received flowers from their supporters.

Another pro-abortion Twitter user threatened to shoot lieutenant governor David Dewhurst to death, tweeting, “A woman in Texas could shoot @DavidHDewhurst and use “stand your ground” as a defense. Cause that guy is threatening all women in Texas.” Protestors also chanted “Hail Satan” as pro-life activists sang “Amazing Grace.”

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